3 items from 2011
(Janus Metz, 2010, Den) 105 mins
After last year's Restrepo, another fine documentary from the Afghanistan front line, bringing us closer than we'd like to a war we'd rather not think about. Again we track a tour of duty with its mix of boredom, adrenaline and futility, but the key differences here are that they're Danish soldiers (who seem a lot less uptight about access) and the camerawork is better than in most fictional war movies. As a result, we're brought right into the soldiers' lives, and pitched into the heart of battle when things really heat up.
Cold Fish (18)
Not your average serial killer, this one's sociable, presentable and a big fish in the fishkeeping world – even if there's a grisly explanation for his success. As we follow a meek colleague drawn into his demented orbit, proceedings get uglier and messier, »
- Steve Rose
by Seth Metoyer, MoreHorror.com
I still don't know quite how I feel about Quentin Dupieux's horror/comedy film 'Rubber'. Yes, it's about a killer tire. I haven't seen it yet, so the jury is still out. Though from the trailer (below), it looks to be pretty bitchin'.
I am certainly feeling a tingling sense of hope as I view the new poster for the flick. Bloody Corpses? Hell yeah. You can't go wrong with an illustration that features carnage like that. You can see it below.
The movie is available via some VOD cable carriers and will be released in select theaters on br April 1st. Go 'Rubber' go!
Rubber is the story of Robert, an inanimate tire that »
A new poster is out for the epic movie about a tire titled Rubber. Rubber is a french film that was written and directed by musician Mr. Oizo (Quentin Dupieux) and stars Stephen Spinella, Wings Hauser, Jack Plotnick, and David Bowe. Rubber is an interesting flick, and I first heard about it when I was handed a handful of colorful condoms by a gleeful representative at the Magnolia Pictures booth at New York Comic Con. Each individually wrapped condom had the word Rubber stamped on them underneath the picture of a tire. After readin up on the flick I found the promo items most appropriate. The new poster with its use of reds and blacks, combined with an all seeing eye, follows the unusual theme quite nicely. Synopsis: Rubber is the story of Robert, an inanimate tire that has been abandoned in the desert, and suddenly and inexplicably comes to »
- Cara Madison
3 items from 2011
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